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Evening Newscast 04-18-17

Apr 18, 2017

Members of the Blackfeet Tribe are scheduled to vote Thursday on a water compact that’s been decades in the making.

Geese that died late last year after landing on the Berkeley Pit in Butte had severe internal tissue damage that appeared to have been caused by a corrosive substance.

An appeals court has denied a request by three minor party and independent candidates to place their names on the ballot for Montana's May 25 special congressional election.

A Whitefish woman is suing the publisher of a neo-Nazi website for orchestrating an online anti-Semitic campaign against her family.

A Texas oilman is suing the federal government after they canceled his lease, along with two others, in the Badger Two-Medicine area south of Glacier National Park in Montana.

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced plans today to allow more tribal nations to tap into national information systems to fight crime.

The Montana Senate has given its initial approval to a measure that would spend $2 million on buyouts for professors in the Montana University System and give raises to state employees.

Over 600 athletes, coaches and volunteers will assemble tomorrow to kick-off the Special Olympics Spring Games.